With a 360 vision and a wealth of experience, Collective Agents is set on rewiring the traditional representation model and bringing a more fluid approach. Collective Agents intends to use their global contacts in film, television, theatre, musical theatre, voice over and commercials to cross promote their clients. Partnering with Voice Over Agency Damn Good Voices, 44 West Management in New York and LA as well as Australian Agency, Ian White Management.
We've partnered with some of the leading agencies around the world to bring you the best talent wherever you are.
Director & Agent
Simon set up Oxford Adams in 2013 with a passion and love for Musical Theatre. Since Simon could walk and talk, he was dancing and singing all the way to professionally graduating in 2006. He had a successful career as a performer and has experienced the highs and lows of what the industry can throw at you. Whilst touring the UK in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in 2010, he had the idea of wanting to move on and become an agent, fast forward 3 years, Oxford Adams was born.
Simon’s love for Musical Theatre hasn’t stopped and proudly represents clients all over the world. The feeling of watching a client who has worked so hard to get a job, never gets old. He understands what it's what it takes to help clients reach goals and to have fun along the way.
With clients working all over the West End, on UK tours and Internationally, Simon is proud to have moved onto Collective Agents where he will continue giving excellent and personal representation to his clients.
Director & Agent
Bo opened Boland and Reeve in 2011 with a view to offer representation to Actors who deserved and craved a personal and team based representation and still looks after many clients who joined from day 1. Having worked as a Director and Performing Arts Teacher around the UK and Europe, Bo felt as though he had a grasp on when people really wanted and needed to help manage the twists and turns this industry can throw their way. Being an Agent was the best way to extend the love and care he already offered Actors and Creatives alike.
From the beginning to now, Bo has placed Actors in leading roles in the West End, Television and Film whilst maintaining the ethos that the way the Agents at B&R worked was Actor lead. What does the Actor want, and how do we get there? This has taken young Actors from being unknown to playing the roles of their dreams and given more seasoned Actors the breaks they've long deserved. Bo was once asked, "Whats the best part of the Job" and to this day he maintains that it is to land an Actor their dream job. It's an incredible feeling. Bo now manages a team of driven and personable Agents whilst looking after his own book and dreams of an Agency where people are getting the kick out of managing talent that he does.
Director & Agent
With a background in performing, John first started working in artist management in 2009 and joined West End agency Belfield and Ward in 2010. Working with clients across a large range of genres from television to theatre, musicals and commercials, John found a love for the range of work that can be worked across as an agent.
From here John joined the team at Bronia Buchanan Associates and later, in 2013, running The Soundcheck Agency within the music PR firm, Soundcheck Entertainment.
It was here that John found a love for representing creatives as well as performers and now, along side his list of performers, runs an impressive list of Directors, Choreographers, Musical Directors, Lighting and Sound Designers as well as writers and composers.
John works closely with a number of producers and was recently Associate Producer on Song From Far Away starring Will Young at Hampstead Theatre and Rose starring Maureen Lipman at the Ambassador's Theatre, West End.
Originally from Australia, Josie has always had a fascination with everything
entertainment. She obtained a BA Communications, Theatre/Media Degree,
which included a scholarship to study Film and Television Production in New
York as well as an internship in Bollywood.
Josie quickly climbed the production ladder of an Australian TV Network, but
was allured by the quality and quantity of work being produced in the UK, so in
2013 she quit her job, flew to London and has never looked back.
Josie enjoyed working in a variety of roles in television and theatre across the
UK. It’s through them that she discovered her talent of looking after talent.
Josie joined Boland and Reeve as an Agent’s Assistant in 2017. Under Bo’s
guidance and mentorship, Josie has developed an aptitude for discovering,
nurturing and managing actors for stage and screen with clients landing dream and career building roles. Some highlights include; professional debuts on the West End, lead roles on UK Tours, roles with The National Theatre, series regulars on soaps as well as of fantastic guest roles, international advertising campaigns and multiple VO roles for feature films and DreamWorks series.
Jess began her dramatic journey at two years old with an award-winning portrayal of Little Miss Muffet. She continued acting, directing and writing plays throughout her childhood, both at school and in her family’s theatre.
Jess read Drama at the University of Bristol where she also reviewed plays for various magazines, studied scriptwriting at Bristol Old Vic and presented a weekly radio show discussing the latest films. After graduating, Jess spent a couple of years in television production before moving into talent management - she hasn’t looked back! She adores the buzz of showbiz and is thrilled to be representing a list of talented actors and creatives.
Prior to joining Collective Agents, Jess temped at Casarotto Ramsay and Curtis Brown, and spent five lovely years at BBA Management. Outside of work, Jess runs a creative writing group and enjoys Scottish reeling, swimming in the sea and walking her dog, Ziggy.
Richard started his career in theatre at the tender age of 4 week’s old playing the role of ‘Baby Jesus’ in a small village in the heart of Cornwall, oblivious of the bright lights of London’s West End.
After leaving home at 11 years old to attend Ballet school in London and then going on to a three year course at Laine Theatre Arts, Richard achieved things he would never imagine. After securing West End credits, UK and international tours, music videos and movies he took a moment to breathe in 2017, and upon reflection, decided it was time to take the next step in his career and become an agent.
Over the years as the agent at Laine Theatre Arts, Richard has really enjoyed watching his clients grow and fulfilling their dreams. Seeing clients reach their highest potential is what makes him most inspired. Telling a client “you’ve got the job” never gets tiresome.
Richard is delighted to be a part of Collective Agents and will strive to benefit others whilst always being an advocate in staying authentic to yourself and being kind to others.
Zoe has always loved the theatre. As a youngster she was a member of Sylvia Young agency 'Young Uns’ and York Scholars before moving to London to train at Millennium Performing Arts.
Since graduating Zoe has worked extensively for over 15 years as a performer throughout the entertainment industry and has enjoyed every minute of it.
Over the last few years Zoe has taken a step away from performing to welcome her two children into the world. She is now thrilled to be back on a new and exciting path working alongside the wonderful team at Collective Agents.
Amy studied theatre at The University of Surrey. After graduating she worked as a Casting Assistant for Cameron Mackintosh Ltd before moving on to work for several talent agencies. Amy is a keen playwright having had work performed at The Pleasance Theatre and is also member of The Soho Young Company as a stand up comedian. She is excited for her future with Collective Agents and supporting all the amazing talent within the agency.
Originally from the Wales, Lloyd's began with performing in school plays. What started out as a hobby became a career when he left home at 16, moving from Wales to London to take part in a TV singing contest where he made the quarter finals.
Since, Lloyd has worked extensively within the entertainment industry performing in many theatrical productions across the years.
In 2018, Lloyd decided it was the right time to pursue a career in management. He fell in love with helping others expand their knowledge and skillsets. Over the years Lloyd has remained in management positions and now has the pleasure of combining his love for the arts as a Junior Agent.
Melanie is originally from Liverpool and moved to London at the age of 16 to train at Laine Theatre Arts. Upon graduating, Melanie enjoyed a career in musical theatre both internationally and in the West End, and gained a degree in Professional Practice in Musical Theatre at Middlesex University.
In 2017 Melanie decided to explore a career in Talent Management and completed an internship with the team at MR Management before securing a job with The Soundcheck Agency where she worked closely with John Rogerson.
Melanie has taken some time out over the last few years and has enjoyed welcoming her 2 children into the world. She is now thrilled to be back working with John and the wonderful team at Collective Agents, and is excited to watch the amazing talent grow.
Ella-Jane had her taste of the bright lights when she got cast as Mary at the age of three. Originally from Dorset, she found herself training at her local Theatre School most days of the week after school and also spent summers with NYMT in their shows.
Ella-Jane then went on to train at Trinity Laban Conservatoire, after which she began working in children’s theatre and Pantos where she won a Great British Pantomime award, after graduating. Most recently, Ella-Jane set up a theatre school in Clapham where she and her colleagues set up a programme to teach children in underprivileged schools Musical Theatre, a project she is incredibly proud of.
Ella-Jane is excited to be a part of the team at Collective , she has a real passion for discovering and nurturing talent.
Max’s passion for theatre was ignited at a young age through weekly Dance and Musical Theatre classes and has now blossomed into a lifelong love. He went on to study at the BRIT School before graduating with a degree in Musical Theatre from Performers College. Throughout his time training, he was able to take advantage of incredible performance opportunities, which he very much enjoyed.
Since graduating, Max has been working in London’s West End at the Aldwych Theatre. He began as an Usher and worked his way up to a Management role, leading an amazing team and gaining valuable skills along the way. Max is excited to join the team at Collective Agents and use his passion for the arts to nurture and support talent working across the genres.